We take great pride in the quality of the candidates we send our clients. To get them the best, we offer our consultants highly competitive wages. In fact, many of them earn more than their permanent counterparts. And benefits? We have those too, for qualified consultants.
Technology Partners, Inc. offers both a Roth and Traditional 401(k) plan administered though Retirement Plan Services (RPS).
Technology Partners, Inc. provides a $50,000 life/AD&D insurance policy, with long term/short term disability insurance at no cost to eligible employees.
The Technology Partners Referral Program offers bonuses for referring a qualified IT professional who is ultimately hired. For more information, contact a Technology Partners recruiter.
We offer direct deposit to all consultants. Our consultants are paid on a bi-weekly basis, for a total of 26 pay periods per year.
Eligible employees are offered a Health Savings Account (HSA) through UnitedHealthcare, which has one of the largest networks of providers in the nation.
Eligible employees may participate in a dental plan provided through Principal Financial Life.
Technology Partners offers a government-approved Flexible Spending Account (FSA) to eligible employees. A FSA gives you an easy, convenient way of increasing the amount of money you have for many medical, dental, and dependent care expenses not covered by other plans. This amount is automatically deducted from your paycheck, and goes into a medical/dental or dependent care Flexible Spending Account. Most importantly, the deducted amount is not taxed.
Jobs range from full-time, contract, right-to-hire and permanent placement in a variety of industries.
To attract the most qualified employees, we offer highly competitive wages and benefits for qualified consultants. Some contract employees even earn more than their permanent counterparts. For details on our benefits, click here.
Regardless of what customer you are working for, Technology Partners is always your employer. Your Account Manager is your contact for all work assignments or employment issues.
Our recruiters interview and conduct reference checks on each potential candidate prior to submitting him or her to any of our clients. We also perform technical testing for all IT positions, and background checks and drug testing upon client request.
Technology Partners does not mandate training. By giving our employees the most competitive rates, we allow them to pick and choose whichever training they would like to pursue.
Technology Partners pays contract employees on an hourly basis and does not impose a fixed paid vacation schedule. You may take off as much time as you wish during an assignment as long as it falls within the reasonable constraints of our clients.
Technology Partners cannot guarantee anyone placement in a job. We suggest you work with us to build your profile so we can determine your availability, experience, salary expectations and employment expectations.
We take great pride in the relationships we build with our employees. If you are unhappy at an assignment, please contact your Account Manager immediately. We will work hard to provide an amicable solution for everybody involved.
Technology Partners will not disclose to anyone that you are looking for a job. Your resume will remain with us until you personally authorize its submission for a specific job opportunity.
No, your resume will never be submitted anywhere without your prior consent. An Account Manager will discuss each job description, rate, work environment and location with you before submitting your resume.
Yes. There is no guarantee that an employer will directly hire you from us, but your work as a contract employee will increase your chances of a direct hire.
We are an equal opportunity employer and do not unlawfully discriminate in employment. No question on this application is used for the purpose of limiting or excluding any applicant from consideration for employment on a basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law. Equal access to employment, services, and programs is available to all persons. Those applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for completion of the application and/or interview process should notify a representative of the organization. It is the policy of this organization not to refuse to hire or otherwise discriminate against a qualified individual with a disability because of that persons need for a reasonable accommodation as required by the ADA.